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For many years secondary sites have been a part of the enterprise computing equation. Recent natural disasters like Hurricane Katrina opened the eyes of many IT administrators to the devastation that can compromise primary and backup IT facilities. The widespread confusion that followe...
There is no lack of evidence of the pain of provisioning, maintaining, and using traditional PC desktops. User satisfaction is low; maintenance costs high; and stories of lost data, hacked networks, and virus, worm, and DoS attacks are reported almost daily in the press. As Credit Suis...
Data center architects naturally seek to employ server virtualization to maximize the use of their hardware systems. However, one factor - often overlooked - carries real potential to undermine this goal. That factor is data connectivity. This article examines the importance of data co...
The latest headlines say that the earth's climate is rapidly changing. Numerous think tank studies, along with recent reports of collapsing ice shelves in Antarctica, provide proof that the earth is getting warmer. Regardless of your opinion about why the earth's climate is changing, i...
SOA and virtualization together can be a powerful combination, but implementing SOA and virtualization without considering the network can cost you. Forgetting network virtualization can cost you scalability and availability.
Virtualization is a no-brainer for medium to large companies. In today's world server sprawl has become a major problem and costs companies a lot of money not only on server hardware, but power, cooling, support, and square footage. Virtualization potentially addresses all those issues...